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Subject: In memory of Jake Smith
This was the first show after the avalanche at Alpine Meadows where we had all of Jakes family there. Got word through a couple of different methods to see if they would deadicate Estimated Prohept to Jake which Bobby did you have to listen closley at the begining but he did remember to do it. Great Day for all of us after a hard winter
Subject: i knew
i shoulda gone there 4 skool
Thanks cloud2013. I will listen to this tonight. I quit writing reviews last year after a couple hundred or more. Now I see people wrote things like this douche below me is a moron when all I did was give an honest and kind opinion. It's funny how the anonimity of the internet makes these kind of people courageous. If I could I'd delete every review I wrote. These negative fools can't be true deadheads. I never met any jerks at GD shows.
Subject: On The Day In Grateful Dead History
This is a very nice, well recorded and mixed (Thank You CM) 1982 show.
The first set is great. IMHO a great Shakedown Street and Brent singing Red Rooster. Let It Grow is not my favorite first set closer but this is also a great performance.
The second set starts with a less strong SB/FOTM but moves along nicely. Ship Of Fools -> Estimated Prophet -> Eyes of the World is very tight. We COULD live without another CJ but even this one used as the closer is nicely sung by a very relaxed JG. Encore is a fun Rolling Stone: I can't get do (Satisfaction) and the much loved Breakdown Palace.
Must Hear Concert.
Dead In Istanbul -
Subject: Not sure why I gave this 5 stars
I'm not sure why I originally gave this 5 stars. Maybe the novelty of the biker? I don't know. Some nice songs in the set, but I'd like to revise this.
Not my favorite setlist, but some may enjoy it more if these are some of their favs. Certainly a good show, but nothing blew my mind.
Subject: Motorcycle drums
This is one of the Greek Theater shows where they had a biker in there during drums and space. Mickey seems to be telling the guy to let it idle "leave it there." It's a nice clear sounding recording but like the previous motorcyle Not Fade Away in '78 to my ears it sounds like it gets over-saturated in the louder parts (a motorcylce revving being a "louder part"). Still marvelous to hear.